Media under the microscope18/8/2015 7:00
The panellists included the SABC’s Hlaudi Motsoeneng, editor-in-chief of The New Age and ANN7 Moegsien Williams, editor of The Citizen Steve Motale, editor of City Press Ferial Haffajee and senior political correspondent of 702, Stephen Grootes.
Solve crisis, NUM says6/8/2015 7:46
Nationalisation is not the solution to the crisis in the South African mining sector, the deputy president of the National Union of Mineworkers, Joseph Montisetsi, said yesterday.
Military veterans, youth, women concerns9/7/2015 13:58
The problem is with the mind-sets of the people. Some leave and we need their skills in the province. We need sharp ideas from those who are fresh from tertiary institutions.
Service delivery focus9/7/2015 13:54
The instability of municipalities which result in a lack of service delivery in the Eastern Cape will soon be a thing of the past.
SA facing data challenge4/2/2015 3:42
South Africa and many African states are facing a challenge of a different kind in the data revolution.
We’re on track – Motshekga9/1/2015 15:18
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga remained confident that the country was on a good path to make the education system much better through the new Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (Caps).
Restoring dignity to the poor26/11/2014 7:44
Minister unveils grand plans to gear up delivery of water and sanitation services to the country’s masses
Artists must speak up – Minister11/11/2014 11:19
Minister Nathi Mthethwa with Vuyo Jack, Peter Ndoro and South Africa's Songbird Yvonne Chaka Chaka at TNA Business Brief.
'I syndrome' blocks art's cries11/11/2014 11:01
The government says unionisation of the arts will enable an easier and more effective intervention to challenges.
Magashule says ‘join hands’30/10/2014 9:15
It is only when government departments work together that they can achieve more in delivering services to the people.
Huge plans for Bokone Bophirima artists9/10/2014 11:29
Artists in and from Bokene Bophirima are set to greatly benefit from plans set aside by the provincial government to rejuvenate the arts sector.
Making our roads safer2/10/2014 9:30
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters told how authorities and other stakeholders in the transport sector are working hand in hand to reduce the road accidents that kill 40000 people a year in South Africa.